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A Cityscape Made Out Of Staples

This is one cityscape where loose sheets of paper won’t be blowing down the street. It’s a cityscape called Ephemicropolis, and it was created by British artist Peter Root, who used over 100,000 staples in its creation. The entire piece measures approximately 235 X 117 inches, with the “tallest” building measuring in at a whopping 4 and [...]

Online Comic Series – Romantically Apocalyptic

If you like your comic strips darkly comedic with a dash of dystopia and a wickedly cool graphic style then you have to check out Alexiuss Vitaly’s online series Romantically Apocalyptic. It chronicles Zee Captain and his Second In Command as they make their way across the post apocalyptic ruins of a massive cityscape, looking for [...]

UFO filmed from plane over Seoul

An airline passenger has filmed a strange object flying low over the city of Seoul in South Korea. As the cityscape is being filmed from far above a w…

Amazing Spud City Carved Out of Potatoes

You like po-tay-to, I like po-tah-to, let’s call the whole thing … awesome: Behold a cityscape carved out of 80 pounds of potatoes by artist Peter Root (really). From The Sun: Peter Root, 33, spent three [...]

Haunting Images From Japan’s Ghost Island

You would think that Japan’s overpopulation problems would force them to hang on to every bit of inhabitable land they own, but these images show otherwise. Hashima Island, nicknamed Ghost Island, was abandoned entirely after the mine which had been running for over 80 years was closed in 1974. The black and white photos add a [...]

The City Limits: Gorgeous Timelapse from Dominic Bodreault

I’m a sucker for beautiful nighttime cityscape time-lapse like this one shot by photographer Dominic Bodreault from late 2010 through early 2011 in Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Manhattan, and Chicago. Simply gorgeous (the music by Hans Zimmer is also spot on). Take a look at weep: Hit play or go to Link [Vimeo] – via PetaPixel